2008 data centre expansion programme sees further investment.
London—October 31 2011. The London Internet Exchange (LINX) today revealed that its successful network expansion to three new PoPs, in a shared-risk agreement with Equinix, Interxion and TelecityGroup, has resulted in further investment into these PoPs.
LINX made the significant investment in the new PoPs in 2008 and all three sites have now achieved a break-even run rate. As a result LINX is making further investment into these PoPs as it rolls out its new primary LAN based on Juniper routers.
“The last few years have been difficult for many companies and the economy as a whole. Achieving a break-even run rate proves that we made the right investment back in 2008 and it means we can continue to develop the network,” said John Souter, CEO of LINX. “I would like to thank our data centre partners, Equinix, Interxion and TeleCity Group for their help and support in this success...